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Linea Abierta : MIXTEC NETWORK RADIO. ALSO, AGJOBS IS BACK.

  • Title: MIXTEC NETWORK RADIO. ALSO, AGJOBS IS BACK.
  • Guest: Filemón López
  • Additional Guests: Juana Gómez, Juan Santiago, Amalia Tello, Arturo Rodríguez
  • Host: Samuel Orozco
  • Date: THURSDAY, MAY 14. 2009
  • Description: MIXTEC NETWORK RADIO. Indigenous immigrants from Southern Mexico are using radio and the Internet to interconnect families and communities on both sides of the border. Through “La Hora Mixteca,” community broadcasters reach the largest Mixtec-speaking pop
  • Genre: News
  • Location: San Francisco, CA
  • Program Number: 5776
  • Producer: Samuel Orozco
  • Progam Number: 5776
  • Publisher: Radio Bilingüe
  • Rights: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License
  • Subject: Politics, Immigration
  • Year: 2009
  • Program Name: la_090514.mp3
  • Length: 60:20 minutes (55.25 MB)
  • Format: Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

MIXTEC NETWORK RADIO. Indigenous immigrants from Southern Mexico are using radio and the Internet to interconnect families and communities on both sides of the border. Through “La Hora Mixteca,” community broadcasters reach the largest Mixtec-speaking populations along the Mexican and U.S. Pacific Coast. In addition to airing listener messages and celebrating “Chilena” songs, the hosts regularly address critical issues such as heat stroke in the fields, as well as issues where cultural traditions clash with the law, including young marriage and domestic abuse. This is a cross-border conversation with the trailblazing hosts of this network-distributed radio program in Mixtec language.

Guests:

Filemón López, Host, La Hora Mixteca, Radio Bilingüe, Fresno, CA, www.radiobilingue.org

Juana Gómez, Volunteer producer
La Hora Mixteca, Radio Bilingüe, Fresno, CA

Juan Santiago, Volunteer producer
La Hora Mixteca, Radio Bilingüe, Fresno, CA

Amalia Tello, Producer, La Hora Mixteca,XEQIN - La Voz del Valle, San Quintín, Baja California Norte, México, http://ecos.cdi.gob.mx/xeqin.html

ALSO, AGJOBS IS BACK . A group of legislators from agricultural states introduced a bill that would allow the legalization of hundreds of thousands for farmworkers. Known as AgJOBS, the compromise bill has the support of the agricultural industry and the United Farm Workers union.

Guest:

Arturo Rodríguez, President, United Farm Workers of America, Los Angeles, CA, www.ufw.org

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